Why the Gender Wage Gap Doesn’t Disappear

Whether looking at accounting, the law, dentists, or Uber drivers, we remain unable to solve the problem of the gender wage gap.

Why a Latte for the Loo Could Be a Problem

With the NYC debating a bill to increase the city’s public bathrooms, we can see that the issue is about a lot more than the loo.

The Sexist Side of Space Suits

Hoping to move away from its male dominated space suit history, NASA is looking to the private sector for designs that include women.

The Marriage Name Problem

A default choice by many women, keeping a maiden name tends to retain patriarchal power and expand the gender power gap.

The Newest Women’s Soccer Team Victory

Navigating the EEOC, the court system, and collective bargaining, the USWNT fought for decades to win the women’s World Cup soccer lawsuit.

Why “the Pill” Was Powerful

Described by Harvard’s Claudia Goldin, the power of “the Pill” created a “Quiet Revolution” that transformed women’s lives.

Where Educating More Young Women Will Make a Difference

A source of global gender inequality, educating young women would boost the gross domestic product of many nations.

The Economic Side of Abortion Access

In addition to the very crucial health impact of abortion access, its economic side adds to our understanding.

Where (and When) Do Women Earn More?

Whereas a Pew report says that young women’s gender pay gap has disappeared in 22 metropolitan areas, the whole story is not quite as good.

Why March Madness Gender Equity Is More Than Swag Bags

While the NCAA has a report with a long list of remedies, this year’s March Madness reflects minimal progress toward gender equity.